wy_kid_wrangler04 Posted July 8, 2012 Share Posted July 8, 2012 (edited) I was watching something on Netflix (The War on Kids) and it was talking a little bit about killing a kids love for reading by having them read a little bit of a book and asking questions, analyzing, and not just letting kids read the book as they want to and how that kills the love for reading/learning. (Disclaimer- I THINK it was The War on Kids- I watched a bunch of similar stuff lately) So that got me to thinking. I was going to get some lit guides (not sure how many- but a few 6? Maybe more?? Maybe less? Not sure really) for dd who will be in 5th grade to start some literary analysis with her with some reading for history. I don't want to kill her love for reading and learning though. I certainly do not plan on having a lit guide for everything she reads. Any thoughts on this? What do you think a good balance is? Edited July 8, 2012 by wy_kid_wrangler04 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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